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Hosted by Kevin Roose and Casey Newton
Produced by Davis Land and Rachel Cohn
Edited by Jen Poyant
Engineered by Alyssa Moxley
Original music by Dan Powell and Marion Lozano
Jonathan Kanter, who heads up the Justice Department’s antitrust division, believes that antitrust laws are critical for innovation — from ad tech to A.I. The assistant attorney general is bringing a new philosophy to enforcing those laws. So, how is his new approach to protecting competition playing out?
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On today’s episode:
Jonathan Kanter is the assistant attorney general for the Justice Department’s antitrust division.
Jonathan Kanter has long been a critic of big tech.
The Justice Department has accused Google of abusing a monopoly over online advertising.
“Hard Fork” is hosted by Kevin Roose and Casey Newton and produced by Davis Land and Rachel Cohn. The show is edited by Paula Szuchman and Jen Poyant. Engineering by Alyssa Moxley and original music by Dan Powell, Elisheba Ittoop, Marion Lozano, Sophia Lanman and Rowan Niemisto. Fact-checking by Caitlin Love.
Special thanks to Jordan Cohen, Paula Szuchman, Nell Gallogly, Kate LoPresti and Jeffrey Miranda.
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